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Protests intensified in Kazakhstan with the attack on Almaty town hall against gas prices

Tear gas and stun grenades Attack on Almaty Townhall, The most populous city in Kazakhstan. The riots continued on Wednesday despite police repression.

Anger erupts in Mangistow oil region over rising gas prices Popular uprising across Kazakhstan against the administration of President Tokayo.

More than 5,000 protesters were detained by riot police They chanted slogans against the president and hurled stones and objects at police.

The government has announced Emergency in various areasThere is a night curfew order, including in Almaty.

In a televised statement, Kazakh President Qasim-Jomar Tokayev slammed the insurgents. “The measures I have taken are aimed at the well-being of the international community in Kazakhstan, but these measures are not yet sufficient. Action prepared by financially motivated conspirators. Therefore, I would like to work as hard as possible as the President of the country and, as of today, the Chairman of the Security Council.

Russia has called for “dialogue” in Kazakhstan.

With the Internet and many independent media websites blocked, President Djokovic is in the ditch against his people facing a severe economic crisis.

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